This small brush made of oak wood is designed for a gentle, dry massage of sensitive facial skin and is therefore covered with soft, feathery goat hair. A five-minute massage with gentle, circular movements once or twice a week acts like a peeling. In the process, the face brush gently removes dead skin cells for radiant skin.
Avoid prolonged contact of the brush with moisture, as this damages the delicate goat hair.
Today Iris Hantverk consists of 17 employees. The main business is the brush binding factory in Sandsborgsvägen, Enskede. Here six visually impaired craftsmen from different cultures make brushes in the old Swedish tradition. Since August 2012, the company has been run by Richard Sparrenhök and Sara Edhäll. They care a lot about the craftsmen and the survival of brush-making. They believe that many like them appreciate the feel and quality of a hand-drawn brush made from natural materials.
Their vision is to revive the traditional profession of brush binding. By producing functional products with good design, combined with the quality of natural materials and the solid technique of the craftsmen.